Thank you for visiting GR in the UK

Before I give you a contact e-mail address, the following info might save you some time...

I am a one-woman-band attempting to provide information, and where necessary, help people make the right contacts. Unfortunately I don't have a kennels, and I can't offer you work.

If you have a concern about your greyhound:
  1. Contact the re-homing group that you adopted him/her from. They are the people best placed to help you both. They have a vested interest in helping you make the adoption work.
  2. If appropriate for your issue, surf the internet. There is a lot of good stuff out there.
  3. If you can't get in touch with the person you adopted from, have a look on the page Links>Local Rehoming Groups to find your nearest re-homing group. Give them a ring/e-mail and they may be able to offer some advice.
  4. Try the NCDL/RSPCA. 
  5. Try your local dog warden, they are not just about rounding up strays. Find the contact details on your local authority website.
Or, if you are trying to find a home for a dog:
  1. Contact the re-homing group that you adopted him/her from. Almost certainly there will be a clause on the adoption contract you signed saying you can only dispose of the dog by giving him/her back to them.
  2. Your best bet may be to advertise your dog on your local vets notice board, but make sure you check out that any prospective new home is suitable. 
  3. Use word of mouth. When you are out dog-walking, tell every other dog walker you meet. Tell your hairdresser, the newsagent, everyone. Again, do check that a prospective home is suitable.

    Be aware that re-homing groups are usually overwhelmed with dogs and often forced into the awful position of having to turn away dogs.
  4. If you can't get in touch with the person you adopted from, have a look on the page Links>Local Rehoming Groups to find your nearest re-homing group. Give them a ring/e-mail and if they are able to, they may be able to advise even if they cannot take the dog.
  5. Try the NCDL/RSPCA. 
  6. Try your local dog warden. Find the contact details on your local authority website.
For anything else you are welcome to contact me and I will help if I can (solutions not guaranteed). I have a day job but will respond as soon as I can. 

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